Thursday, January 25, 2007

Female Paedophile Parade of Shame

Check out this website. It summarises the recent rash of female teachers, mainly in North America, who have been charged with sexually abusing their students. Needless to say, as all of these paedophiles are women, most of the victims are boys, the youngest listed being nine years old. Many of the victims were autistic or special needs children.

The striking thing about them is the lenient sentences they received. Some of the cases are still pending, but of the eighty five offenders listed, most of those who have been convicted did not receive prison time, and were not always required to register as sex offenders. In one case, a paedophile teacher lost her teaching license for two years. That's it. In the case of Cameo Patch, she "was sentenced to no jail time, despite comments from the judge that a man would have likely gone to prison". Another one got two years 'house arrest'. There is no question that men would have been punished far more harshly for the same crimes.

What would have happened if those crimes had taken place in the UK? Needless to say, the News of the World wouldn't publish these ugly mug-shots in its front page. Rebekkah Wade would not be running an expose in The Sun. It's doubtful whether the Crown Prosecution Service would even bother to prosecute any of them. As victims of the phallocentric hierarchy, the poor dears have already suffered enough.

People just do not want to believe that women do things like that. "A surprising 86% of survivors of sexual abuse were not believed when they said the abuser was a woman." Reference

Erin Pizzey knows better. She states "I was working in Santa Fe New Mexico on child abuse cases and against paedophiles. Here is where I discovered that there are just as many women paedophiles as there were men. Women go undetected as usual."Reference

Women are better able than men to cover their tracks. "Experts say that women can more easily disguise such offenses as care" Reference

If a boy complains of being sexually molested by a woman, society often treats it as a joke.

The feminist movement is heavily complicit in all of this, needless to say. By trying to convince us all that women are shining paragons of moral virtue, and by creating an oppressive cultural climate in which even questioning the word of a woman is seen as political thought-crime, the feminist movement is giving aid and concealment to female child abusers. At the same time, they invent lots of non-existent male sex offenders.

We are living in a climate in which false accusations against men are routine, and routinely go unpunished. I have written at length already about the Satanic Child Abuse witch-hunts of the 1990s, and the recent scandal of the Warren Blackwell case, but many other similar cases go unnoticed. In this one, a male teacher was cleared of raping a student by the Court of Appeal, after he had already died in prison.

This is all part of a relentless political war against men and families, designed to undermine 'The Patriarchy', whatever that is, and institute a utopian society.

As the great philosopher Karl Popper said, "Those who promise us heaven on earth have only ever delivered hell". Reference

The rape and child abuse scandals which fill our newspapers, the imaginary paedophiles lurking in every kindergarten, are part of an on-going cultural and political war against men. Protecting the innocent, or serving justice, doesn't enter into it.

Additional reading on female sexual offending:

Many still don't see women as sex predators

Abused Boys: The Neglected Victims of Sexual Abuse

Female Sexual Abuse of Children

Sexual abuse by women of children and teens

Studies Investigate Female Sex Offenders

For a list of other violent females from history, click here.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Some More Good News

Judges try to block rape trial reforms

The government's plans to convict more men on trumped up charges of rape are in danger of being thwarted by the judiciary. "The Council of Circuit Judges, the influential body representing all 637 circuit judges in England and Wales, has dismissed all the proposals".

The Guardian piously informs us, "The plans are the latest attempt to reverse a plummeting conviction rate for rape that has dropped from 33% of reported cases in 1977 to just 5.29% in 2004".

I believe that that the reason the conviction rate has apparently 'dropped' is simply that the definition of what constitutes 'rape' has become so general as to be virtually meaningless.

As Melanie Phillips points out: "After all, the vast majority of rape allegations are made not as a result of attacks by strangers, which have been dwindling, but against lovers or casual partners. And these situations are highly ambiguous.

That is undoubtedly why the number of rape convictions has been declining in recent years, as juries arrive at the eminently reasonable conclusion that they cannot find a defendant guilty where the issue of consent to sexual intercourse, or whether the man was given to understand that such consent was at least implied, is impossible for anyone else to judge.

In other words, it is the rise in casual sexual relations that is the prime cause of the drop in rape convictions. But to gender warriors such as Ms Harman, this cannot be the explanation — because it is a cardinal tenet of extreme feminism that women are never at fault, men are intrinsically violent, and women are always the victims in sexual encounters.

As a result, prosecution policy on rape is turning into something straight out of Kafka".

It is not just this shift in definition which is the problem. We are also now living in a culture in which false, spurious and malicious allegations are almost endemic. As Neil Hamilton said "There's gold in them there lies!"

Why doesn't the government do something about false accusations? Shannon Taylor, the woman who put Warren Blackwell in prison for over three years for a rape that never happened, continues to walk the streets, protected by legal anonymity.

Why doesn't the government suggest a 'Warren's Law' to warn people if a known false accuser is living in the area? Why doesn't it take up the suggestion by a English judge, that we need a 'False Accusers' Register', similar to the Sex Offenders' Register. Personally, I would put women like Shannon Taylor on the Sex Offenders' Register; making false allegations of rape is a serious sexual offence. The penalty for it should be the same as the penalty for the crime alleged. Taylor would think twice about making up stories if she knew she was likely to get seven to ten years for it.

Why doesn't the government suggest lifting anonymity for liars like Taylor? It is in the public interest to know who these women are, and as she was never a rape victim, she has no moral right to the protection afforded to a rape victim. While women can continue to lie with impunity, false accusations will continue, innocent men will go to prison, public money will be wasted, and justice will not be served. We need laws which provide incentives not to lie. At the moment, the law gives women incentives to lie, and it should not come as any surprise to find that some of them do so.

Yet, none of these things are even considered by politicians. Thus is the power of the radical feminist lobby within the government and civil service.

The real agenda is not to protect women. There is evidence that rape has been falling steadily since the 1970s. The real agenda is to destroy something called 'The Patriarchy'. Feminist hysteria over rape is all about demonising men and destroying families and heterosexual relationships. Nothing more.

The present law on rape works pretty well, at least as well as any other law. Why would anyone think that this law is special, this law doesn't work as well as all the others? Feminists want to use the issue of rape as an instrument to destroy men. It's as simple as that.

We can thank our judges for their clear-thinking, wisdom and common sense.

"Overall, the judges believe that the proposed measures are too complex and are urging ministers to have more faith in the common sense of jurors. "The law shouldn't be complicated. It should be something that everybody understands," one circuit judge said.

Their response has left the reforms in limbo. When they were first announced last March, ministers said they hoped to have them in place within 12 months. But no date has been set for publication of the government's final proposals."

Let's hope the general election comes before Labour manages to salvage this dishonest mess, and the voters kick them out of office. For once, though, men might have something to smile about.

Sunday, January 21, 2007

More Obstruction at the CPS

Dear CPS,

I am writing to you to enquire about your inaction in the case of Aristos Constantinou, who was murdered on Jan 1, 1985, in London. This crime, as I am sure you are aware, remains unsolved.

The prime suspect in the case appears to be Mr. Constantinou's widow Eleni, now remarried and living in Cyprus. I am given to understand that the Metropolitan Police named her as their prime suspect as far back as 1997, but no prosecution against her was pursued.

A letter from Assistant Commissioner Anderson Dunn in 1999, made public for the first time this week, said the report led to new evidence, which "pointed directly at Elena (sic) Constantinou as being implicated in the murder of her husband". I understand that British police have expressed the view that DNA techniques which have become standard practice since 1985 might help solve the crime.

However, the CPS consistently refuses to pursue the case.

For the last five years the victim's brother, Achilleas Constantinou, has dedicated his life to pursuing justice for Mr. Constantinou. He asked you why you would not pursue a case against the prime suspect, and apparently he received a letter from you last month saying the reason would not be revealed because it is "privileged material". I understand he has become so disillusioned with the CPS that he is calling for it to be disbanded. That is hardly a positive result, is it?


You consistently disregard the expert opinion of the police in this case, and you refuse to explain your actions. If you do not wish members of the press and public to speculate about your competence and integrity, then you would do well at least to explain your reasoning. The British people expect their judicial processes to be transparent and accountable.



Dear Sir,

Thank you for your email, of which contents have been noted.

It may assist if, at the outset, I explain that the cases are dealt with by the Crown Prosecution Service on an Area basis and are logged under defendants’ names. Therefore, in order for us to identify the case to which you refer, I would be grateful if you could provide as many of the following details as possible:

The defendant(s) name(s);

The Crown Prosecution Service office dealing with the case (if known);

The place(s) where the offence(s) occurred;

The police force investigating the allegations;

The date(s) of the offence(s);

In your email you say that Mr Achilleas Constantinou has received correspondence from the CPS, If you could provide us with the name of the person and from which office the letter was sent this would enable us to look into the case further.

I hope this assists.

Yours faithfully

E Mehmet

Correspondence Unit

Crown Prosecution Service

Dear Mr Mehmet,

Thank you for your response. I cannot but feel that this is obstructive, as I have no doubt that you are aware of the case to which I refer, or could easily identify it if you so chose. There was a rash of publicity surrounding it at the time of my initial correspondence to you, and the newspaper references I provided contain adequate information for you to identify it.

However, to respond to each of your questions in turn:

The defendant(s) name(s);

There is technically no defendant, as you have elected not to pursue any case against the prime suspect. There is, however, a victim.

The Crown Prosecution Service office dealing with the case (if known);

Not known

The place(s) where the offence(s) occurred;

Bishop's Avenue, Hampstead, London

The police force investigating the allegations;


The date(s) of the offence(s);

1st January, 1985

There can't have been many fatal shootings on that street on that day. I'm sure you can find it if you try hard.

As for the correspondence between yourselves and Mr Achilleas Constantinou , I can only suggest that he would be the one best placed to answer your queries.



Dear Sir,

Thank you for the further information which has enabled me to identify the case to which you refer.

As you are aware the Crown Prosecution Service is responsible for reviewing and where appropriate prosecuting most criminal cases in England and Wales following an investigation by the police. Each case which the police send to the Crown Prosecution Service is reviewed by a Crown Prosecutor to make sure that it meets the tests set out in the Code for Crown Prosecutors which is issued under section 10 of the Prosecution of Offenders Act 1985.

In relation to this case the Metropolitan Police and the Crown Prosecution Service have concluded that there is insufficient evidence to support a prosecution in this matter and that without compelling (and credible) new evidence the position remains unchanged so far as sufficiency of evidence is concerned.

I am sorry that I can not assist you further. Further correspondence from you on this issue will be filed without response.

Correspondence Unit

Crown Prosecution Service